|Nancy Yost Leach (#47506738)|
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|Debra Lewis||Nora Brown|
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|leslie||RE: Lydon Graves|
They are listed as being buried in St. Anthony, but their graves just appear to be unmarked
Added by leslie on May 05, 2013 6:23 PM
|Ken Richter||Michael Hayes|
I did not find the grave marker for Michael. But I did find a marker for Ellen Daly Hayes. This was at a large family marker with only Ellen, Dennis and lots of extra space.
I took lots of photos of all Hayes in this cemetery and I would send them to you to use however you want, but I will need your private email to do this. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
This cemetery is just five miles from my home, but this is the first time I've been to St. Isadore's cemetery. I was very surprised by the large amount of Irish in this cemetery, as I thought most Irish settled closer to Lake Winnabago(Brothertown and Stockbridge). Since the early years of settlement, it is now quite German.
Is that a son Tom whose inscription is on the back of Stanley's stone?
Added by Lulabell on Aug 19, 2012 7:00 PM
is buried next to Wendell.
Added by Lulabell on Aug 19, 2012 6:59 PM
|K. Schaut||Michael Hayes at St. Isidore cemetery, Manitowoc Co. Wisconsin|
I'm sending you the link to the records of St. Isidore cemetery in the town of Meeme, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin where you have many Hayes relatives. I'm not finding the entry for Michael. I thought perhaps if you looked at it, you may be able to figure out if he's in there under a different first name or if perhaps the dates you have are off. I see everyone there except him and his son Alban.
See here (scroll down to the "Hayes" listings) -
|Melva Wyatt||RE: Sturgis Thank You|
You are very welcome!
|Sue||Re Teresa Russell|
I'm still not having any luck finding Teresa. There are no "Teresa" Russells listed in the Illinois Death Index and only 2 "Theresa" listed, one in 1923 and the other in 1933. Do you have any other information on her? Parents? Siblings? Also, what is the source of the info that you posted on her memorial? We know for sure that the grave info for her is incorrect if she is buried at MC in Hillside and the office there has confimed that there is no special section for nuns there that the information might be referring to.
Added by Sue on May 25, 2012 2:21 PM
|Pam Wiedemann||RE: Martha and Menno Klopfenstein|
I transferred Martha and Menno to you. Happy finding! Pam
|Pam Wiedemann||Martha and Menno Klopfenstein|
I updated your info. I can transfer you management if you want. Pam
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